Salt of the Earth: Indigenous art from the land

An exhibition of ochre paintings from the Kimberley & Tiwi Islands, barks, sculptures & weavings from Arnhem Land, & more.

Art Exhibition previously on at Salt Contemporary Art Gallery in Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 25 May 2012 to Sunday 17 June 2012
Launch Sunday 27 May 2012, 2.30pm

Salt of the Earth: Indigenous art from the land image Dhatam image Larrkitj image Yathikpa image Untitled image Larrakitj image Larrakitj image Untitled image Larrakitj image Milngiyawuy image Balamumu Gapu at Gurkawuy image Ancestral Honey Site image Darrangi image Wuyal image Pwoja Jilamara image Jilamara Design image Kulama Design image Winga (Tidal Movement/Waves) image Pwoja Jilamara image Kulama Design image

Published by McCulloch & McCulloch on Sunday 20 May 2012.
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Exhibiting artists include: Queenie McKenzie, Claude Carter, Alan Griffiths, Malaluba Gumana, Lloyd Kwilla, Naminapu Maymuru-White, Nina Puruntatameri, Lilly Roy, Billy Thomas, Freddie Timms, Susan Wanji Wanji, Ralwurrandji Wanambi, Nawurapu Wunungmurra, and others.

In conversation and opening: Sunday May 27, 2.30 pm.

Curators floor talk: Sunday June 10, 3 pm.

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